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Coquille Indian Tribe holds vaccination clinics

This Friday, the tribe will be holding a vaccine clinic for members of the general public.

Posted: Mar 31, 2021 12:12 PM

NORTH BEND, Ore. – The Coquille Indian Tribe will be holding another COVID-19 vaccination clinic in Eugene for Native American and Alaska Native residents of Lane County soon.

The event will be held April 7 at the Ko-Kwel Wellness Center in the Santa Clara area.

All enrolled members of federally recognized tribes and their households can get the vaccine if they are age 18 or older in Lane, Douglas, Jackson, Coos and Curry counties.

This Friday, the tribe will be holding a vaccine clinic for members of the general public at the Mill Casino-Hotel. You do not need to be Native American to qualify for this event. Any resident of Coos, Curry, Lane, Douglas or Jackson counties age 18 or older is eligible while vaccine supplies last.

To schedule an appointment, visit the Coquille Indian Tribe website.

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